Nice story from a Pinehurst neighbor about an amazing Pinehurst business:
Big Love and Gratitude to Bark Espresso
My 6-year old son attends an on site after school program at Olympic View elementary three days a week and goes home on the bus two days a week.
Last week he was inadvertantly sent […]
Discover the trees that you pass every day! You are invited to join neighbors and friends for a tree walk of a Northeast Seattle neighborhood to learn more about the trees that live among us!
Meet at 10am Saturday morning, September 29th, at the parking lot of the Lake City Presbyterian Church, corner of 40th […]
Join TCWOC members in hearing about how Seattle plans to manage its urban forest, and what the existing regulations and polices are regarding trees. Also get an update on the Sound Transit North Link after Northgate Station and how it relates to Thornton Creek.
Please share this announcement with members of your organizations, neighbors, and […]
Tuesday, Sept. 25, 6-8 p.m. (presentation begins at 6:30 p.m.) Olympic View Elementary School cafeteria, 504 Northeast 95th Street, Seattle
Sound Transit will host a public open house this month to update details about the construction schedule, potential noise and nighttime work, truck hauling and utility relocation work.
The Northgate Station, which will […]
The City has recommended using the former Lake City Fire Station 39 site to create housing for homeless and/or low-income families, with ground floor uses that serve building residents and the community at large. The City Council wants community feedback before it makes a decision on the property. These meetings provide an opportunity to give […]
If a Tree Falls in Thornton Creek, Does Anyone Hear it?
Thursday, Sept. 27th, 7pm – 9pm
Meadowbrook Community Center
10517 35th Ave NE, Seattle 98125
Join TCA’s discussion about the importance of trees to the health & well-being of people & wildlife in our community. Discover […]
Join Lake City in a special “Fun Meet” expansion of the Lake City Farmers Market this Thursday, Sept. 13th from 3:00-6:00pm.
Representatives from a wide variety of neighborhood groups will be there to answer questions, offer information, and provide fun activities too!
Give input on the Pierre Visioning Project! Learn about changes to the […]
Here is a limited picture of Pinehurst property crime for August 2012. You can see ALL the types of crime at http://web5.seattle.gov/mnm/policereports.aspx. Choose North neighborhood and dates August 1 – 31.
Terrie Johnston, our SPD Crime Prevention Coordinator, says that the North Precinct had 760 block parties on August 7th. This is more than all the other Seattle Police Precincts combined. Pinehurst is in the North Precinct, which is all Seattle north of the Ship Canal. Way to go North Precinct!
Pinehurst neighbors have been talking about recent burglaries in our neighborhood on the Pinehurst Seattle Facebook page. Some of the burglaries have been in broad daylight. In fact, most burglaries occur between 6 am and 6 pm when we are less likely to be at home.
Currently, the police are prioritizing 911 calls from people […]